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Oakland Tribune (Newspaper) - June 17, 1901, Oakland, California Y monday e vents a Oakland Tribune. Id Juste 17. 1901 3 he blackness of monday is for gotten when the housekeeper views on tuesday the Snow Drift of Linen that has been washed White with Ivory soap. It invited the pickets to seats in the shop and gave them cigars. Your answered the next Day two pickets there were among the re did not take the strike seriously and one of the Humours of the affair was the Boycott on Louis Bur Gelin s Market on Market Street near twelfth. B Ingelin been supplied with meat by Slater. A delegation from the Union called and told him ii must not buy from Slater. Burgelin told the visiting de Gatlon to go and take front seats around ithe Devil s big Bonfire. Very Well then Well have to put a Boycott on your declared the strikers. That s Burgelin red rib boned walked up and in front of the shop calling unfair shop Don t buy any meat buit the business went on just ithe same. The second Day and took two chairs and called to the pick ets gentlemen come on. Inside and have a chair. One of you can sit in this Corner and the other can set Here. I know it s your privilege and business to try and keep people from buying Hore but i Don t like to see you Wear ing yourselves out marching up and Down All Day. You can do just As Well sitting. Have a. the next Day there was no Boycott on Burgelin s place. Liquor causes his arrest for insanity James Gaywood of 13so Broadway who was trea Ted Ait the receiving hos Pital yesterday for drunkenness was arrested Early this morning on a charge of insanity. He had taken a room for the night at the Pittsville House. During the night he began Ito rave and i Lirow the bedclothes about the room. Deputy Constable Quinlan was summoned and placed the Man under arrest. After examining the Pati Erat drs. Baldwin and Tisdale ordered him Dis charged As it appeared that the Man was simply suffering from the after effects of his spree. He will be cared for at the Hospital. He is 64 years of age and a Well Borer by occupation. How Contra Costa people were converted to the Tunnel project supervisor Stowe of Contra Costa who was first among the members of that Board to espouse the cause of ithe Tunne l Between both counties was a visitor in this City today. He called at the merchants Exchange and there met a number of members of that organization who commended him for his Enterprise and Energy in advancing the cause of the Tunnel on the other Side of the mountains. Or. Stowe was equally pleased with the spirit and Enterprise which the Al Ameda county supervisors had de in the premises. Speaking for himself the said that the Tunnel project was first mentioned he did not favor it but in look ing unto the matter closely he had come to the conclusion that a Tunnel Road Between the two counties would tend to the advantage of Contra Cossa county and he therefore concluded that it ought opinion in Contra Costa been influenced by the same consideration and As Jerome gray., Ivy Johnson. Mamie a consequence the people Over there vere now just As unanimous in favor of the project As the people were on this Side of the Range. County Board of education completes its work in the country. The county Board of education has finished reviewing the examination papers of the pupils in the county districts and has completed the list of graduates. The results show that 158 out of 172 pupils who took the examinations have successfully passed Thorn. This is a remarkable showing the beat in fact that has been made for several years. This result was brought about chiefly through the personal attention and supervision Given to the county schools by superintendent t. O. Crawford and the members of the Board of Educa Tion. At the meeting of the Board the Fol lowing Resolution was adopted whereas the examinations of the eighth Grade pupils in the districts of Alameda county outside of the cities of Oakland and Alameda and the town of Berkeley by the county Board of Edu cation Are now completed for the school year therefore resolved that the following pupils having been found worthy according to the Standard set by the Board be and they Are hereby granted diplomas of graduation from the grammar schools of Alameda county in accordance with the Laws of the state of California and that the president and Secretary Are hereby authorised and directed to sign the same placing thereon the e Seal of the county Board. Alicoate. Traft Dorothy Frycler Ickson Carrie Jepson Sadie Leith so Lita Randall Walter Stephens Alex. C. Wieben Floy c. Keefe. Brand Kate m. Gray Edna o Neill George Rodifer. Gates Robert Hart Minnie met. Carr Inna Crow Ley Olive Crowley. Ida Hansen Emilie Harrold Laura Mcknight George mar Wedel Jack Millar George Thomas Vivienne weeks George id. Welch Edna Wilmore Farnsworth Tompkins Philip Grosse Alfred Neilson. Dornecke Amelia Kar Tinolli Edward Meurer. J. Carson Scott my Roe Jessie Logan Robert Shepherd. San Fassler will Keefe Manuel Joseph Marshall Helen Martin Belle Mccoy Hawes Anna Rose Manuel e. Silva Gertrude Tasto Louise a. Woods. San Correa Lida Buck Carrie Harriet Leeper Roy Hill George Leal Manviel Pere i. Eden Teason. It. Eden Dennis. Christiansen Christine Henningson. Allen. Edward Bridge Herman Eggert Amelia Frates , Charles m cleverly. Sleeps in Laurel Hill cases treated at the receiving Hospital m. Epstein of 716 Webster Street came to the receiving Hospital this Anor Nins to be treated for a Bruise on his there a horse had kicked him. Or. Telsen a Long Shoreman residing at 6r second Street had two fractured fingers dressed. His fingers were broken by a falling Bolt. Samuel Sendacz a Painter residing Ait 019 Howard Street san Francisco was treated for a bruised shoulder and Arm resulting from a fall from a House at 964 Twenty fourth Street this City. Married in City Risoff by Justice of peace. To escape prosecution on a charge of felony Frank Lippold an ice Man. Was yesterday to miss Sarah r. Bull at the City prison where she is being detained on a charge of vagrancy and her Mother mrs. Mary Bull and Clarence Bassett also languish under grave charges preferred by the woman s husband. Justice of ithe peace John a. Stetson performed the marriage ceremony police court. Proceedings saturday june Mike Matthews Jack Coyle Ernest head drunk or 3 Days w. H. Col Lins s. Crelin j. Z. Cook violating bicycle ordinance. Or 1 Day w. H. B. Miller same continued to june-17th" to Emma. Reier disturbing the peace continued to june 20ch for j m. Kinsner some continued june 17th for complaint Alai sure to continued to june 25th to plead Mary c. Bull Clarence Bassett june the funeral of the late Charles Mccleverty for Many years proprietor of the fashion Stab is on Broadway be tween seventh and eighth streets Touk place yesterday afternoon from 1257 har Rison Street. The remains were interred in Laurel Hill cemetery san Francisco. The services m re attended by a num Ber at friends of the deceased among whom were sex sheriff Robert Mckillican j. J. Mcavoy. J. F. Mccarthy Walter Lay Nanci Hiram in Littreil. D. C. Brown. John k Irish Matthew Keigwin. Major John l. Bromley a. G. Roberts and o. Bemis. Tow services consisted of the Reading the episcopal funeral service by Rev. . Kiiu Hio or St. Paul s and the sing ing of two by the elks quartet namely urfa to and nearer my god to the singers were a. G. Cliff Charles Hart Charles n. And Frank Ayers. The elks Lodge turned out in a body and accompanied the remains to the ferry at the foot of Broadway whence they were borne to the interment being private. The pall bearers were George w. Reed a. C. F. Johnson Fletcher h. N. Sipper and judge h. A. Mcl an Oakland woman took dose of Poison mrs. H. Chamberlain wife of Barry Chamberlain jr., took laudanum yesterday in san Francisco with suicidal intent. Trouble with her husband was the cause of the act. Mrs chamber lain was hurried to the receiving Hospital in san Francisco in time for effective treatment and was soon out of danger. The chamberlains separated some time ago and the husband brought suit for divorce alleging habitual intemperance on the part of the wife. The two children of the couple live with Chamberlain s parents Ait 676 thirty second Street in this City Lawrence Alice Luelling. Laura Nel son Myrtle Ramage Thelberta Calces Alice Oliver Rose Obe Rouher Edward Poorman Mamie Rose Ethel Silva Hoy port us Dunlap Smalley Percy Webster. Castro Cunha Chris Tine Meyer. Independent George Asmussen. Tohn Jensen Edward Manter Chris Peterson. Blauvelt. Kelly George Ray. A. Baldwin Gertrude Dassel Elmer Jeffries Marion South Wink Grace Stivers Ruth Matt. Norris. Tvs. A. Cabral August Hansen Emily Perry Mamie Santos Roy Smith Joseph Vierra. E. Kirby Margaret s. Reisinger. Mission san Garcia Joseph Callahan. C. Geary. Carter Alameda Mattas Francis Peters Gretchen pow Ell Shelton Sanford. Sunol butter Anna Cooke Grace a. . Pleasanton Frances Davis Amy Dull John Tusch Laura b. Hortenstine blood Walter Irene Dakin Truie spat Ford. Acker Albertine eternal George a. Bistorious Ella Peter Connolly Edwin Kennedy Diona Knox Lavinia Logan John j. Loughrey Aimee Mack Annie Moy Thomas Scott Annie wag Oner Emma Ben. Reuss i Harltye far Nariss Ethel St. Clair Gerald Al Len. Sweet Nellie c. Young. To. Peterson. E. Barthold. Mountain Kennedy. Hanna. Matrin. Want permission to destroy chinese nets. H. And w Keller . Von Arsdale a. E. Gerver members of the state Board of fish Cornilis stoners have filed a petition to be permitted to changed hands the Cigar store at the s. E. Cor. Washington and ninth heretofore conducted by b. Bercovich has been purchased by the under and will be continued As a first class place of its kind invite the smoking Public to give is a trial and we will Endeavor to Cater to their wishes with As Fine a line of tobaccos cigars etc., As there is in Oakland. Livingston Brothers formerly 843 Broadway. Tea cup old Bourbon the Best proprietors 525 Market Street Sai

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